• Golden Creeping Jenny

    What do you know about Golden creeping Jenny? Can it be planted in Toronto? Is it good ground cover plant? Is it short (that's what I'd prefer). Is it Evergreen? Is it sold in Toronto or it is something not known here? Any other hint would be very ...

  • Groundcover for Gap Between Fences

    I have an 8 inch gap between my fence and my neighbours' fence that runs along the property line. I would like to use a ground cover that is low maintenance to avoid having to maintain any plants or tend ...

  • Growing Grass Near Walnut Tree

    We live in London Ontario, my neighbour has 2 walnut trees our grass has started dying off the last couple years near it we get mostly sun on our side but it is about a 15 foot square area. My 2nd ...

  • Lawn Care

    Given the present temperatures, is it too early to fertilize and/or seed my lawn at this time? Thank you

  • Cedar Hedges & Adjacent Grass

    Hi there, over the last few years I have been unintentionally neglecting my cedar hedges. They have grown to be quite tall and I would like to trim their height, as well as give them a haircut ...

  • Nematodes or New Grass Seeds, Which Goes First?

    Last fall we moved into a house that had been uninhabited for 10+ years. As you can imagine, its been a struggle to wrestle the house and grounds back from nature (mice, birds, cockroaches, ants, fleas, squirrels, etc). The 3000 ...

  • Soil Preparation and Planting

    Hello, I'm inquiring about proper soil preparation for planting the following: 1. yew hedge 2. japans maples 3. bobo hydrangea, 4. japanese blood grass, all gold hakoni grass, sunrise hosts, peonies, clematis etc. Our soil is layered as follows: 1. 5"- 9" of fresh triple mix on ...

  • Overseeding

    Is it too late now to overseeding the lawn?

  • Chinch Bugs

    I own a home in central Toronto. New sod was laid in early September 2016, and we have a sprinkler system in use. We went away on vacation for two weeks recently (early August) and came home to find that ...

  • Creeping Thyme Seed

    Four times since the middle of May I have mixed Creeping Thyme seed with fine sand, spread and gently raked it in bare soil in a small area exposed to full sun. It has received plenty of water this year ...